Below is a timeline of events in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Joseph Brant, 1786
Joseph Brant, 1786

Before 1800

1800–1829

1830–1839

1840–1849

1850–1859

1860–1869

LCol The Hon. Isaac Buchanan commanded the 13th from 28 Nov 1862 until 30 Dec 1864. The XIIIth Battalion is known today as The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment).

1870–1879

1880–1889

1890–1899

TH&B locomotive No. 22 with crew, circa 1900–1910
TH&B locomotive No. 22 with crew, circa 1900–1910
1899 Winton
1899 Winton
The Hamilton Tigers circa 1906
The Hamilton Tigers circa 1906

1900–1909

Sir John Morison Gibson in 1908
Sir John Morison Gibson in 1908
Robert Stanley Weir

1910–1919

Andrew Carnegie, 1913.

1920–1929

1930–1939

Christ the King Cathedral
Syl Apps

1940–1949

1950–1959

1960–1969

1970–1979

The Canadian Football Hall of Fame
Landmark Place
First Place Hamilton

1980–1989

Hamilton's Central Library was opened in 1980 by Prince Philip.
Hamilton's Central Library was opened in 1980 by Prince Philip.
Copps Coliseum, at York Boulevard, looking East
Copps Coliseum, at York Boulevard, looking East
Sam Lawrence Park, Concession Street landmark
Sam Lawrence Park, Concession Street landmark

1990–1999

Historical population
YearPop.±%
1791 41—    
1816 668+1529.3%
1833 1,000+49.7%
1841 3,000+200.0%
1846 6,832+127.7%
1850 10,248+50.0%
1861 19,096+86.3%
1871 26,716+39.9%
1877 32,641+22.2%
1880 35,009+7.3%
1890 44,643+27.5%
1900 51,561+15.5%
1910 70,221+36.2%
1913 88,918+26.6%
1914 100,808+13.4%
1920 108,143+7.3%
1929 134,566+24.4%
1939 155,276+15.4%
1945 175,364+12.9%
1950 192,125+9.6%
1960 258,576+34.6%
1970 296,826+14.8%
1980 306,640+3.3%
1990 307,160+0.2%
2002 490,268+59.6%
2006 504,559+2.9%
Source: [1][5][15][33]
2002=Post-Amalgamation.
Albert Einstein

2000 – present

LIUNA Station Hamilton
LIUNA Station Hamilton
Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs. Toronto Argonauts, October 27, 2005, at Rogers Centre
Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs. Toronto Argonauts, October 27, 2005, at Rogers Centre
Stinson, 100-storey Connaught Towers presentation, Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, (Monday June 2nd, 2008)
Stinson, 100-storey Connaught Towers presentation, Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, (Monday June 2nd, 2008)

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